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Limited Spots Open For 2024 USPHL NCDC Boston Combine, Just Three Days Away

By Joshua Boyd / NCDCHockey.com 

The National Collegiate Development Conference and United States Premier Hockey League are gearing up for their third and final Combine Series event of this season, as the 2024 USPHL NCDC Boston Combine kicks off Saturday morning and runs to Sunday afternoon. All the action will take place at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough, Mass.

The Combine will feature six full teams playing three games apiece during the event, in addition to a goaltender-specific session. Players and their families can also learn more about the NCDC and USPHL junior conferences during Informational Seminars, which will feature NCDC GMs and Coaches, as well as league personnel, all of whom are present to answer questions.

Dozens of NCDC and USPHL junior teams’ coaches are expected to be in attendance, and will be meeting with select players to discuss opportunities with their teams.


There are currently limited spots open for hopeful registrants (forward or defense only). Register NOW, as this opportunity will not last! 


For those players registered, Team Assignments will be sent out today, including Game Schedules. We wish all the players the very best of luck in paving their Path To College Hockey.


About the United States Premier Hockey League
Founded in 2012, the United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) is comprised of over 150 teams, fielding more than 20,000 players aged 9-21 in more than 100 organizations across the North, South, Midwest, West, and Canada.

Our Junior Divisions consist of the National Collegiate Development Conference (NCDC), a tuition-free, Tier 2 Junior hockey division, and our Premier & Elite Divisions, all geared toward college and pro placement. Our youth & midget divisions (operated through the Tier 1 Hockey Federation) field full season 9U through 18U teams.

The USPHL has sent over 8,000 players to all levels of college hockey including over 3,300 into NCAA college hockey and over 200 players into NCAA Division I hockey. The USPHL has also had 17 players who played in the NCDC drafted by NHL teams.

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